O dear digitends i am so sad here ,plz help me to solve this

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Right off the assembly line
dear friends my problem is:
wen i connect my computer to internet .....
and check mails and visit didgit site,....
one new window will automaticaly come over oll internet xplorer windows...
by name ....BEST PROMOS.....
and wen i click on any links ...
my computer will disconnect from internet and soon dail an international phonenumber....
sum times it carry sum dirty pictuers..
plz tell me how to avoid this windows..............plz


Cyborg Agent
if windows XP or win 98 the type "Msconfig" in RUN box and in "STARTUP" section , uncheck all unwanted stuff (only keep antivirus and regscan checked).
Also goto safe mode and uninstall any unwanted program from cp. (ok that was simple.. try it .. otherwise we will play with registry also) :p


Right off the assembly line
Dear friendz ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

dear friends i think u for ur reply ,,,,,,but if u tell me sum othr solutions ...it vill b gud for me


Broken In
buddy, there isnt a viable 'some other solution'.
Use some good anti-spyware softwares like 'Spy-Bot' or 'Ad-Aware' (as suggested by dIgItaL_BrAt) to get rid of the problems.
Atleast use the 'System Mechanic 6' provided in the February 2006 CD. (That should solve most of the problem).

(Speaking of 'Some other solution', i have this:)
Use a anti-pop up software. Its all available at www.download.com
You could use Opera which comes with inbuilt pop-up blocker. :)


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U have dailer....Try to remove it using Microsoft antispyware...What i feel is better reinstall the os b'coz cleaning like these program will never give a 100% solution.And to avoid these better install the protection software.Prevention is better than cure know???.


devarajan said:
U have dailer....Try to remove it using Microsoft antispyware...What i feel is better reinstall the os b'coz cleaning like these program will never give a 100% solution.And to avoid these better install the protection software.Prevention is better than cure know???.
Yes I totally agree. These softwares will not give you 100% results. So reinstalling is the best option.


In the zone
look,spysweeper and spyware doctor are better than ad-aware,but ad-aware is easy to use and effective,i would also suggest ad-aware..
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